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Google’s Answer: “The Florida Building Code (FBC) requires windows to be impact-resistant or protected if located within one mile of the coast where the wind speed is 110 mph or greater. … With the improvements in window technologies, it is now possible to buy impact-resistant and/or energy-efficient windows for your home.”

HG HomeClub’s Answer: The real question here is: do Miami Dade standards apply to Sarasota or Tampa areas? Can I get the same level of quality and standard on the West Coast of Florida as the East Coast? 

The answer with Smash City is always yes. You will be as safe or safer in your home here as you would over there; there is no difference. We only sell the strongest windows and doors on planet earth and we install and do business with white gloves and red-carpet mentality focused on you. 

Miami ratings for impact windows and doors are a significantly higher strength product that will withstand a larger forced storm. Impact windows and doors originated from Miami Dade when hurricane Andrew hit the area in 1992.

Before hurricane Andrew, these large devastating storms hadn’t been covered on national news and people were unaware how impactful they could really be. Following the widespread coverage of Andrew, impact doors and windows have become significantly stronger and must meet two specific area codes: Miami Dade code and high velocity hurricane zone (HVHZ).

Every single replacement and installation we do across the state of Florida at Smash City meets the Miami Dade standard. Although these standards are not required in some areas such as Tampa Bay, it is only a matter of time — likely between five to ten years — before these code standards are required across the state.

Codes change often, and before you can insure your home prior to selling it you will need to have these coded windows and doors installed, especially in a high impact zone.

It may be the right time for you to replace your windows and doors. But how do you know? And how do you choose the best option for your home?

Selecting the right replacement windows or doors can be challenging. Many people find themselves chasing down estimates or sifting through product catalogs when they should be enjoying the benefits of new doors and windows inside their home, such as aesthetics and functionality, noise reduction, and desired natural light.

Our purpose at Smash City is to show you the true strength of impact windows and doors. We want to show you the benefits of what impact products can be to you and your home. We see first-hand how powerful impact products are and how fragile the windows and doors in your home are now.

If you haven’t upgraded your windows already fill out our form and let us help you. Send us your quotes and we can compare them for you.